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Smartwear Symposium

  • Apr 29, 2014 · 10:00 AM

Join the hottest companies and industry pioneers of the wearables industry for a showcase of the latest tech advances in this booming space, estimated to reach a market value of $5.8B by 2018. 

Program includes live demos from companies, such as:

Vigo: an alertness sensor with features that nudge you when you’re dozing off and recommend when to take a break. 

Misfit Wearables: measures physical activity's intensity, duration, steps taken, distance travelled, calories burned and sleep patterns. 

Telepathy: a real-time, hands-free device with a camera, micro projection unit, and wireless communication. Google Glass competitor. 

Sensoree: a mood sweater that indicates the user's emotions and displays them via different colors of illumination that emanate from the collar. 

LUMO BodyTech: a small sensor that helps correct back posture in addition to tracking steps and calories burned. 

Optinvent: Their smart glasses feature Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a front-facing camera, a motion sensor, an ambient light sensor, microphone and loudspeaker.

Date: Tuesday, April 29 

Time: 10am-2pm 

Venue: KPMG offices, Santa Clara 


And in case you need it, here’s the registration site:

Lastly, the updated Program:

Let me know if you have questions- thanks!

Get 50% off registration until 4/7 by entering promo 

code: meetup_50 


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  • shoji m.

    We have a list of developers, who are ready to work for startups for FREE. All these developers work for equity or for fun. If your Idea is ready for coding then please contact me in [masked] OR through . We can send you FREE developers.

    April 29, 2014

  • Cindy

    I'll be there supporting the Keynote (Mike Dennison, Flextronics). Come by and say hello / introduce yourself if you're a startup seriously interested in our Accelerator program.

    1 · April 26, 2014

  • Saurabh P.

    We are planning a workshop on Wearable Devices in SF just a week before this event.

    Is it possible for us to collaborate for the event in some ways?

    March 27, 2014

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